Art Gemini finalist notification Private view london 2015
We work with the organisers of the Art Gemini Prize, and we are pleased to announce the 2015 ArtGemini Prize Finalists’ Exhibition will take place at the Chocolate Factory (also known as the Menier Gallery) Southwark Street, London 22 – 26 September.
If you are a journalist or buyer you are welcome at the Private view, Tuesday 22 September 2015 6.30pm – 8.30 pm; by invitation only Please RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
For an exclusive preview of all 52 of the ArtGemini Prize 2015 Shortlist, please visit our online gallery artgeminiprize.com/shortlist2015
Menier Gallery 51 Southwark Street London SE1 1RU
Our charitable arm, PhotoAid has sponsored a photojournalism award.
Judith Selcuk Prismacolour pencils and artstix on Strathmore 400 Bristol Vellum
This summer our client, Strathmore Artist Papers, ran a competition over on Facebook. The response was really good with so many beautiful, interesting and inspirational images submitted. The shortlist and voting closes Midday 1st September 2015, so maybe you would like to vote.
We have two prizes, one judged and one public vote.
Come along, we are supporting the event with our photography, come say hello; always great craic at Haresfoot. Live music, great artisan beer, fantastic company and some amazingly talented musicians. Supportng Hector’s House charity.
Haresfoot Brewery FolkFest Berkhamsted Live music and beer, perfect night out!
It’s official! Our client makes these beautiful craft kits for kids which are proving really popular and successful with little hands! Easy to make, these Natural History Museum kits are just the job for the little ones (and not so little!) to make over the summer. “The kit costs £8 and provided entertainment, something to concentrate on, an exercise for us to do together and then something lovely to keep. We enjoyed making it and like the kit a lot!” Review here: http://www.rocknrollerbaby.co.uk/mobile-butterflies/
You can buy from the Natural History Museum shop,
Natural history museum craft kits for kids, review, butterflies mobile for bedrooms, ideas and how to,
Born to be Beautiful, Guinness World Record Attempt, using Fadeless Display paper donated by Creativity International
Our client, Creativity International are pleased to be supporting international NGO Born to be Beautiful, in its attempt to break the World Record for the Largest Number of Origami Butterflies, on the 19th September 2015 The Grafton Centre Cambridge CB1 1DB. The B2bB team will work to create the most ever origami butterflies assembled in the same place from paper supplied by Creativity International. There will be over 3000 different butterflies made by local school children at The Grafton Centre in Cambridge .
Read more here: http://www.cilimited.co.uk/news/11/creativity-are-sponsoring-a-guinness-world-record-attempt.htm
Visit and sign up to Born to be Beautiful website for more information and how you can get involved and support: www.borntobebeautiful.org
Papers used are : The large format Fadeless® display papers are available in all mail order school supplies catalogues and web sites, please see link to typical page: http://www.tts-group.co.uk/shops/tts/Products/PD1717321/Fadeless-Extra-Wide-Display-Paper/ The origami paper we supplied can be purchased from many independent retailers and Amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pacon-55-Piece-Japanese-Origami-Assorted/dp/B00290JE4W/ref=sr_1_60?ie=UTF8&qid=1435747596&sr=8-60&keywords=origami